Considering the speech you chose to analyze, what is the audience for this address? Identify two specific ways the speech relates to that audience.
How does this speech appeal to TWO of the following: logos, ethos, pathos, or kairos? Were these appeals effective? Why or why not?
What is the author’s primary claim? Identify two ways the author supports their primary claim.
Insightful ideas often arise from apparent contradictions. Provide one significant contradiction the author identifies (war/peace, male/female, for example) and explain how she or he shows that these two seemingly opposing ideas or concepts meaningfully relate to each other.